Posted on

Sydney-based medtech startup Harrison.ai gets $129M AUD led by Horizons Ventures

Harrison.ai founders Harrison.ai founders Dimitry Tran, Dr. Colin Goldschmidt and Dr. Aengus Tran Photo by Stefanie Zingsheim/The Photo Pitch Harrison.ai, a Sydney-based company that creates medical devices with AI technology, […]




Posted on

Spotify’s new Podcast Subscriptions expand to global markets

Just a few months after launching support for podcast subscriptions to U.S. creators, Spotify today is making the service available to creators in global markets. The company says the service, […]




Posted on

US says Iran-backed hackers are now targeting organizations with ransomware

The U.S. government, along with counterparts in Australia and the U.K, have warned that Iranian state-backed hackers are targeting U.S. organizations in critical infrastructure sectors — in some cases with […]




Posted on

Sleek secures $14M Series A to enhance its corporate service platform

Entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) often struggle to deal with several siloed functions, such as company secretary, bookkeeping, banking, tax, payroll, employment services, insurance and more. French entrepreneurs […]




Posted on

Can Seeds Planted by Drones Spawn New Forests?

This article is part of a special report on Climate Solutions, which looks at efforts around the world to make a difference.CARCASTILLO, Spain — As wildfires ravaged the Cerro de […]







Posted on

Can Fortescue’s Andrew Forrest, a Carbon-Emitting Iron Ore Tycoon, Save the Planet?

The group’s design, secret until now, recently received provisional patents.That burst of innovation — and the pace of improvement at Fortescue and elsewhere — is one of many factors bolstering […]







Posted on

What AUKUS Means for U.S.-China Great Power Competition

This is a hallmark of great power competition: Competitive initiatives like AUKUS provide visible ways to counter or balance or complicate China’s military activities but don’t necessarily help allies meet […]




Posted on

Australia’s Costs for Its Harder Line on China

CANBERRA, Australia — Four years after declaring that it would “stand up” to China, Australia is wrestling with the economic and political consequences of a sharp turn in policy and […]